HP Lovecraft’s 125th Birthday Celebration part 1
It was great last night having Izzy Lee on the show with us to talk about Lovecraft and her film Innsmouth. In my own personal life I got lost in Salem and Ippswitch which is roughly the area where Innsmouth is located in the Lovecraft stories. Oh yes On Friday I went to go visit a friend and I got lost in the town that Dagon forgot, sigh. I digress.
Next weekend I will be Providence RI a trip i been waiting to take all year.
So I thought it be a good time to spotlight thew movie Dagon and the Beer from Narragansett brewing company.
(taken from wikepedia) Dagon also known as Dagon: La Secta Del Mar in Spain is a 2001 Spanish horror film directed by Stuart Gordon and written by Dennis Paoli. Despite the title, the plot is actually based on H. P. Lovecraft‘s novella The Shadow Over Innsmouth rather than his earlier short story “Dagon” (1919). In fact, the setting takes place in ‘Inboca’, a Spanish adaption of ‘Innsmouth’.
If you want to more about the book it self check out the link below or download the works of HP lovecraft, its public domain fiction and free on most reading devises.
Innsmouth Olde Ale
Chapter 2 in the Lovecraft Series draws its inspiration from “The Shadow Over Innsmouth,” one of our favorite Lovecraft stories which chronicles one man’s ominous visit to the fictional sea town of Innsmouth, Massachusetts. The dark, malty Innsmouth Olde Ale represents the shadow that hangs over the blighted town of Innsmouth and its strange inhabitants that spawn from the “Deep Ones.”
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